We've all seen the check engine light. It's not an entirely bad representation of an engine -- You have the accessory pulley on the left hand side, and something on the right, perhaps a connection to the transmission, or air box. It's generic enough to be anything really.
What I can't figure out is, why on earth does it have a pulley on top? I'm no expert in engines, but I did work in a quick lube shop and have seen under a lot of hoods. I don't think I've ever seen an engine with a pully on the topside.